But that's the important part anyways!
So the week before the party, I was making anything and everything that could be made in advance, or made ready to bake, or made and frozen.
here. You make the batter, sprinkle it with chocolate chips, and bake for about 25 minutes. Right before they're done, heat up some chunky peanut butter in the microwave to make it spreadable, and pour overtop the brownies when they come out of the oven.
Now on to the few things I took pictures of that were not desserts! Yay! I made Pioneer Woman Restaurant Style Salsa. It was that thin flavorful salsa you get in restaurants, I will definitely make it again. Here it is before I threw everything into a blender. It's super easy, and tasted fantastic.
here. I just made them smaller so that everything I served was bite-sized. I think I will also try to make these using pizza dough, because the puff pastry didn't want to stay in that shape when baking.
Not pictured: Chicfila nuggets, cheeses and crackers, hummus, pita chips, spinach dip, many types of veggies and ranch dip, lots of fruit and Kahlua dip. Then lots of beverages, alcoholic and non. I was glad people showed up hungry :-)
Then, as mentioned in a previous post, the main activity of the party was that everyone would decorate a onesie. Most people participated, and got really into it. There was a lot of concentration going on whenever I went outside to check up on everything. Here are some action shots of people using markers and fabric to decorate a onesie for Tes.
Thank you to everyone who came, and for making the party so fun!